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New Named Education Scholarships


The CCIM Foundation is pleased to announce it approved match funding for the following 5 new named education scholarships in 2022:
  • Florida CCIM Chapter – Robin Webb CCIM Scholarship
  • Florida CCIM Chapter – Chere Roan CCIM Scholarship
  • Kentucky CCIM Chapter – John W. Bronaugh CCIM Scholarship
  • Southern Arizona CCIM Chapter – HSL Properties Scholarship
  • St. Louis CCIM Chapter – Robert A. Busch Scholarship
With the approval of these new scholarships, the CCIM Foundation now has more than 150 fully funded, chapter associated scholarships. Congratulations to the chapters and honorees!

See all CCIM Foundation Named Education Scholarships.


CCIM Veterans Scholarship Program


Announcing the CCIM Foundation Diversity Scholarship Program


As part of our ongoing efforts to promote DEI in the industry, the new CCIM Foundation Diversity Scholarship Program helps foster an inclusive commercial real estate professional community.

Up to 25 scholarships will be awarded annually to qualifying applicants to pay for CCIM designation course fees (and travel and accommodations upon request). These scholarships, working in tandem with CCIM Institute’s Cultural Diversity Education Program, help jump-start and transform the qualifying individuals’ commercial real estate careers by funding their path to the CCIM pin, the gold standard in commercial real estate designations.

Applications for 2022 are closed. Look for information on 2023 applications in the new year.

Learn More About the Cultural Diversity Scholarship.



CCIM FOUNDATION Announces its 2022 Veterans Scholarship Recipients


The CCIM Foundation is proud to announce the eight recipients of its 2022 Veterans Scholarship Program. Established in 2020, the Veterans Scholarship Program gives back to the brave men and women who have served the United States by offering educational funding to pursue a new career in the dynamic commercial real estate industry. Each recipient receives up to $20,000 to use for commercial real estate education and certification programs through National Association of REALTORS® affiliate organizations, including CCIM Institute, IREM, and SIOR. Each recipient below has chosen to pursue the CCIM designation with their scholarship.

Learn more about this program and donate.

CCIM Foundation 2022 Veterans Scholarship Recipient Joshua Emison
Joshua Emison
Marines
Los Angeles
CCIM Foundation 2022 Veterans Scholarship Recipient Trent Michels
Trent Michels
Army
Charlotte, NC
CCIM Foundation 2022 Veterans Scholarship Recipient Eric Petz
Eric Petz
Air Force
Encino, CA
CCIM Foundation 2022 Veterans Scholarship Recipient Erich Schubert
Erich Schubert
Navy
Dayton, OH
CCIM Foundation 2022 Veterans Scholarship Recipient Michael Young
Michael Young
Army
San Francisco

CCIM Foundation Veterans Puttery Night Out



Thank you to our sponsors and attendees of CCIM Foundation’s Puttery Night Out event at the 2022 Midyear Governance Meetings. With your support, over $60,000 was raised to support our Veterans Scholarship Program. We hope everyone enjoyed hearing Nashville recording artist George Birge perform live. Photo highlights from the event here .


2022 CCIM Foundation Goldie Scholar Announced


Ines Andrade CCIM Foundation Goldie Scholarship recipient CCIM Foundation, in partnership with The Goldie Initiative, is pleased to announce that Goldie Scholar Ines Andrade, Master’s in Real Estate (MSRE) student at MSRE student at Cornell University has been named the CCIM Foundation Goldie Scholarship award recipient for 2021-22.

Ines is the President of the Associate Cornell Real Estate Council (AREC) and the Vice President of the Association of Cornell Women in Real Estate (ACWIRE). Prior to pursuing her master’s degree, Ines served as an Acquisitions Associate with Heitman in Chicago.

Ines earned her Bachelor’s in Economics with a minor in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, where she served as President of the Rho Epsilon Student Real Estate Association and received numerous scholarship awards and other accolades. While in school, Ines interned with Jimmy John’s, Starwood Retail Partners, and CyrusOne.

The CCIM Foundation funded scholarship is limited to women studying commercial real estate at one of our CCIM University Fast Track partner universities.

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